Description

Lateral violence occurs when harmful behaviours we experience show up in our interactions with others. It is expressed in many forms including lack of trust, favouritism, and poor communication – these issues typically lead to conflict between individuals or within an entire group. Moving beyond the cycle of lateral violence begins with people becoming aware of its causes and impacts. This workshop explores the various dynamics of lateral violence and offers solutions for prevention. Participants will develop better personal awareness and enhance their communication and conflict resolution skills.

Price: $219.00 CAD

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Continuing Education Credit Hours (CEU) 8.5


Some of the Topics Reviewed

  • Types of Lateral Violence
  • Escalation of Lateral Violence
  • Working Towards Solutions
  • Lateral Violence and Conflict
  • Dealing with Misunderstandings
  • The Intention Check
  • Transforming Arguments
  • Finding Your Interaction Style
  • Anger Escalation Cycle
  • Trigger Phrases and Gestures
  • Different Styles of Communicating
  • Communicating Effectively
  • Preventing Lateral Violence

Learning Objectives

At the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  • List the types and severity of lateral violence
  • Describe the stages of lateral violence escalation
  • Identify styles of conflict interaction
  • Summarize key steps toward a resolution process

About this Workshop


ABOUT THE TRAINER

Noela Crowe-Salazar, MSW, RSW

Photo of CTRI trainer Noela Crowe-SalazarNoela is Cree and is a member of Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan. She holds a Master of Social Work degree and is a Registered Social Worker with over 20 years of experience working with children and families in child welfare and mental health settings. Her clinical background has a special focus on problematic substance use with special populations. Noela has worked extensively with First Nations in direct practice, policy, program design, and management roles. In addition to training with CTRI, she is a private practice counsellor and consultant, as well as a sessional lecturer at the University of Regina Faculty of Social Work. The foundation of her work and practice are grounded in her culture and values as an Indigenous woman, and a belief that everyone has inherent strengths and wisdom. As a trainer, Noela is passionate about collaborative work and sharing information that is meaningful and practical. She is also a contributing author of CTRI’s book, Counselling in Relationships.

Target Audience

This is an introductory level workshop intended for anyone wanting to explore the various dynamics of violence and learn strategies for responding to and preventing it.